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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 January 1980

REAL ESTATE. SAN REAL ESTATE, SAN GABRIEL VALLEY 65 GABRIEL VALLEY 65 CASA DE RENTA? PARA QUE PAGAR RENTA? Mejor lo que pogci do rentq pagelo on el abono do su casa. CON POCO engonche usted puede comprar uria casa do IRES o CUATRO RECAMARAS, con dos banos. on el nuevo programa de F.H.A. Qualquier persona puede combror no necesito ser ciudodano o residente. Pueden comprar dos hermanos, o papa e hijos. o compadres, o onque sean 2 amigos, o si usted es veteran© no necesito enganche. Llamenos para mas informacion. AGENTE 918-4531 IMMACULATE! 3 bedroom home In very good area, must see. ONLY $6O 990. F.H.A., V.A. or Conventional. NO QUALIFYING TAKE OVER EXISTING LOAN 3 bedroom 1 *■« baths, dining room ... $69,990 3 bedroom. I '•'» bath fireplace 569,990 4 bedroom, ) bath $57,250 Many more. Call for details. SE HABLA ESPANOL Farwest 961-1531 (i) (2) (3) REAL ESTATE WANTED 67 ’ WE BUY HOMES “1 Cash in a flash. If you most move in a hurry or if you're behind in payments, we cosh you out in 3...

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 January 1980

HOUSES. UNFURNISHED 76 •HOUSE* 2 KIDS OK ★ ★ ★ Nice, clean I bedroom family home in Huntington Park. Service porch. big kitchen, family room, walk in closets, fenced yard close to schools & bus. quiet area. Working couple only. $275 mo. 2768 E. 57th St. Huntington Pork See Manager 2804 E. 58th St. or Call 366.1118 DUPLEX ★ ★ lovely, clean, carpeted. 1 bedroom duplex, large kitchen, separate eating area, walk-in closets, service porch, garage, fenced yard, close to school, child OK. Working couple only. $250 per mo. 3507V6 I. 5 3rd St. Maywood See manager at 3505 Vi or CAI 368.1318 $l5 »h„ iurntshed room Near bus. $lOO. lurmshed traitor Utilities iI?S, I bedroom duple« Ms yard. J\ 75 1 bedroom house Kids, bus $J 75 ? bedroom duple* M »aid $lB9. ? bedroom apt huh bum ins. J2M ? bedroom fenced Near bus $3OO 3 bedrooms aor Ms. gauge. $390. * bedroom parking bus $5OO. 5 bedioom Ms. pet oh R E. BROKERS Hoblamos Esponol CASA GRANDE 266-0677 3607 Whittier Bhrd, LX 1 Stock W. of ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 January 1980

HOUSES, UNFURNISHED 76 DUPLEX ★ ★ Beautiful. clean, carpeted, I bedroom duplex. Large kitchen, separate eating area, walk-in closets, service porch, fenced yard, close to Schools, working couple only. 1 child. $250 mo , 2 kids, $275. 5911 Cl CILIA ST. BEU CARDINS See manager at 5909 Cecilia or call MI-1111 HOME RENTALS* REAL ESTATE BROKERS IWilitat. IMTM.MtOI WB hMM* I Mm. tact* Ms SW«awer ?»»Ms 9k. UOSMmMMI* IMtM.AifeOt wstmum 1 Man. Ms ft .AMs Ik VKtomt* 7MrtM.Ms ffls Ok. UtiIUUMMR I«ti« Hits OK UAbKMoNVftts IMmi Kits A Midi 4Mm ,*t Ms ft HABLAMOS ESPANOL 728-5973 6514 E. Whittier V, Block W. Of GarlteW LA. 90022 9175—E.L.A., 1 bedroom, fenced yard. Kids O.K. Broker 7W-C873 MW E.L.A., 4 bedroom bouse, kids & pet O KBroker 72M973 SI7S—ROSEMEAD, 1 bedroom, yard. Kids, pets. Broker 728-5S 93M—LINCOLN HEIGHTS, 3 bedroom, yard. Kids. Broker 7JW973 |3W—MONTEREY PARK, 3 bedroom, yard. Kids O.K. Broker 7»W7S 91W-EL MONTE. 1 bedroom, stove, refrigerator. Kids OJL Broker 7»W73 9...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 January 1980

HOUSES, UNFURNISHED 76 |2*—ROSEMEAD. 1 bedroom, yard. Kids, pete O.K. Broker 72M073 HOUSE FOR RENT 2 bedroom, garage. In city of Compton. Pint & last month 699-6511 ASK FOR MR. TORRES BUSINESS RENTALS 78 Space For Rent Top floor for offices. Also basement approximately 7000 sq. ft. WtU rent all or part. 2111 Brooklyn A ve. (Boyle Heights) 466-4321 MISCELLANEOUS & ANTIQUES 82 KIRBY Vacuum, still boxed. Cleans shags, attachments. Unused. $lBO. 701-0204 FOR SALE 2 barber chairs, waiting chain, cabinets A sinks, one mirror and some barber tools. (213) 925-4622 TV, RADIO & MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 83 PIANO TUnlw And Rrnilr AdvlM given oobuyin, pttawi. Cfcrta Miytorcaa • MMM 2 * MISCELLANEOUS WANTED 84 Piano Wanted Prtraltprtywtnli to buy piano util. 877-lfCfi PETS. POULTRY S LIVESTOCK 88 Pajaros de Venta Canoriofi diferentes cotores Pinches; dtferentcs vnriedndes Llamas, 722-2520 AUTOMOBILES WANTED 95 JUNK CARS WANTED Top Dollar ss| FREE TOWING 223-3851

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 January 1980

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 January 1980

*® m WM ?nmgm ST Spanish language section : : Serving Belvedere Since 1934 seccion en esponol (Page A3) The Only Newspaper Publishing Belvedere District News (Pagina A3) 4 fTH YEAR—NO. 2 3590 E FIRST STREET, LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA 90063 WEDNESDAY JANUARY 9, 19H0 PHONE 264-1431 loPAC'.lft 15c PER ISSUE 50c PER MONTH Eastsidej|Joumal I DEDICATED TO THE SERVICE , V_V- OF THIS COMMUNITY /*■*"■ Spanish language section -J (Page A3) Boyle Heights City Terrace Ramona Gardens Wyvernwood Hollenbeck Heights secdon eii espoftol I Paglna A3) 46TM YEAR- -NO. 2 3590 E. FIRST STREET. LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA 90063 WEDNESDAY, .JANUARY 9. 1980 PHONE 264-1 431 HjPAOLS isc'PERISSUE SOc monthly

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Voucher fails Jarvis II makes ballot for June [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 January 1980

Voucher fails Jarvis II makes ballot for June By Michael Williams Capitol News Service SACRAMENTO (Capitol) Two controversial initiative signature gathering drives, the Jarvis II tax reform and the voucher plan for education, have culminated recently with the Jarvis initiative qualifying for the ballot and the voucher initiative failing to qualify because not enough signatures could gathered. Howard Jarvis, who sponsored Proposition 13, has collected enough signatures from California voters to have his second tax reform measure, officially titled Taxation Initiative Constitutional Amendment, put on the ballot in the June elections. Jarvis needed at least 553,793 valid signatures to qualify the so-called Jaws II tax cutting amendment. Secretary of State March Fong Eu reported that Jarvis’ organization submitted a total of 820,155 signatures and that her office had judged at least 645,907 signatures as valid through random sampling procedures. certified “With 54 of the state’s 58 coun...

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Policeman rescues deaf woman [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 January 1980

Policeman rescues deaf woman An 87-year-old deaf woman was rescued Monday from her burning East LA home by a Hollenbeck police officer. The woman, Inarina Harrison, was asleep in the front room of her home when the fire broke out. Hollenbeck police officers Jess Nunez and Danny Torres spotted the flames, and were told by a nieghbor that the woman slept in the front room of her home. The pair pried open some boards on the front window and Nunez went into the house, found the woman and tapped her on the shoulder. They were unable to leave through the front, because of flames, so Nunez carried her out the back way. He handed her through the window to Torres. Nunez said, “When we got her outside she started worrying about her two dogs.” Firefighters later found the dogs unharmed, hiding under a bit. The fire department said the alarm on the blaze went in at 4:15 a.m. Fire was knocked down by five companies in 22 minutes. Damage was estimated at 927,890.

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Ban on adults only apartments to be considered [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 January 1980

Ban on adults only apartments to be considered A proposed ordinance banning adults-only apartments in the city of Los Angeles will be considered by the City Council on Tuesday, Jan. 15. The council was originally scheduled to consider the proposal, which would ban age discrimination in rental housing, on Jan. 9. It was postponed because of scheduling problems, according to Councilwoman Pat Russell, sponsor of the ordinance. The council will meet at 10 a.m. in room 340 of City Hall on that date. SCENE OF RESCUE 87-yeor-old Marina Harrison was rescued from her Boyle Heights home by two Hollenbeck police officers, after it burst into flames Monday morning. Harrison was not seriously injured in the fire:

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Attend Model United Nations [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 January 1980

Attend Model United Nations Roosevelt High School students took second place last month in a Model United Nations conference sponsored by Harvard University. Roosevelt students represented the Netherlands in debates ir individual committees; six of the nine students also received individual second place citations Shown are (from left) advisor lorna Auerbach Armando Zumaya, Julio Acevedo, Eliezer Espinoza Marlon Okaraki, Ted Okarqki, JoseNolasco, Edward Muramoto Everado Aguilar and David Chang

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Nava reported Carter choice as ambassador [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 January 1980

Nava reported Carter choice as ambassador President Jimmy Carter has decided to appoint Dr. Julian Nava as the next US Ambassador to Mexico, according to reports from Washington sources. The so-far unconfirmed appointment would make Nava, former president of the Los Angeles School Board, one of the more prominent Hispanic leaders in the country. Nava left the board

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Item pricing okayed by committee [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 January 1980

Item pricing okayed by committee The City Council’s intergovernmental relations committee Monday voted 2-1 for a motion by Councilwoman Peggy Stevenson calling for item pricing in LA supermarkets. Mrs. Stevenson’s motion would create a city law to make up for the fact that a state law ordering item pricing expired Dec. 31. The motion was supported in committee by the author and by Councilman Bob Ronka, with a “no" vote cast by Councilman Bob Farrell. Farrell, who represents Southcentral LA, said he was opposing the motion because of opposition from Ralphs Markets, a chain which he said has remained in the minority community and which is the most active market in pursuing new computer checkout methods. The state law, by Sen. David Robert!, was designed to prevent markets from having only computer marks on items

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Little interest in election Bartman, Juarez trade charges in school race [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 January 1980

Little interest in election Bartman , Juarez trade charges in school race The campaign that nobody notices is on its way to a Feb. 5 showdown, when an estimated 10 to 15 percent of the voters of the school district will decide who will occupy the vacant seat on the board of education. The candidates in what will likely be the last atlarge election in the district are attorney Tom Bartraan, 34, and legal office manager Alberto Juarez, 37. Hartman, attorney for the Bustop organization, is the acknowledged front runner in the race, having nearly won the seat outright last November. Juarez was a distant second in the election. Juarez, an eastside resident, this week charged that Bartman was 'em-"' ploying front-runner tactics in avoiding face to face debates and confrontations, DEBATES In a telephone interview with Northeast Newspapers, Juarez said that his opponent had cancelled several planned debates between the two, refusing to appear at one because it involved cross questioning bet...

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Harrison School offers training for volunteers [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 January 1980

Harrison School offers training for volunteers o School volunteers, parents; and all interested persons may enroll in special training classes tocusing on volunteer work with students in the Ixis Angeles Unified School District. Harrison School, 3529 City Terrace Dr., in East L.A. will host training class. How To Help the Child At School and At Home, for four sessions, beginning Jan. 8. Classes will meet 9:00-11:30 Tuesdays continuing through Jan. 29. The class will be conducted by volunteer trainer Carole Lewis, and is co-sponsored by Garfield Community Adult School. Classes arc scheduled in all areas of the district, according to Sarah A. Davis, director of the city schools’ Volunteer and Tutoria Programs. The program is the largest of its kind in the nation, involving more than 25,000 volunteers, 3,800 DOVES (Dedicated Older Volun-

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HUD rent refund deadline is near [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 January 1980

HUD rent refund deadline is near With the Jan. ’3l deadline for filing claims for the HUD rent refund Just weeks away, many qualified tenants may fail to file. According to Patricia Tenoso of the Western Center on law and Poverty, Inc. in Los Angeles and lead counsel in the nationwide class action suit, “Underwood v. Harris,” many of these tenants will not file because they have not been informed of the refund by their project managers. The rent refunds, which will average $5OO, are the result of the settlement of several lawsuits Including “Underwood v. Harris" and “Dubose v. Harris” in which low-rent tenants of HUD Section 236 apartments sued HUD for failure to . implement Congresmandated tax and utility subsidies during the 32-month period between Feb. 1, 1975, and Sept. 30, 1977. An estimated 750,000 low-rent tenants may be involved nationawide. CLAIM FORMS “The problem for some of the renters who may be eligible,” says Tenoso, "is that some project owners have not yet completed...

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LA school security debated [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 January 1980

LA school security debated By Charles Cooper Three security agents currently employed by the Los Angeles School District told a committee Monday that serious crimes being committed at some school campuses are not being reported or dealt with because of attitudes of some administrators. The three spoke at the end of a meeting at which two school district officials told board members that they felt there were few if any problems with the way the district’s security program is now functioning. The committee was chaired by Dr. Richard Kerraro, with members Rita Walters and John Greenwood. Joining in the special meeting Monday were board member Bobbi Kiedler, who presented a series of recommendations, and board president Roberta Weintraub. First of the agents to speak was Mark Sendall, now assigned to Portola Junior High. BROWBEATEN' Sendall told the members he had been "browbeaten by administrators" who objected to his filing 'of reports of incidents on campus, and he said he had seen i...

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Health fair planned at Cal State [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 January 1980

Health fair planned at Cal State Free health care information and services will be provided to both men anc women during the Women's Health Fair, January 15-17, at .California State University, Cos Angeles. Sponsored by the Cal State L.A. Women’s Resource Center, the fair is open to the public without cost from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day. All tests will be performed in the new Student Health Center on campus. Agencies participating include White Memorial Medical Center, East L.A, Health Task Force High Blood Pressure Program, Southern California Podiatric Medical Center, Pregnancy and Natural Childbirth Education Center, American Assn., American Red Cross, Dental Hygiene Assn., Planned Parenthood, American Diabetes Assn., L. County Chiropractic Assn., Community Cancer Control, Caliiornia Women’s Commission on Alcoholism, and la l/cche League. Additional services will be offered by the University’s Health Center, under the guidance of Edward Eisenstein, M. director.

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Open seniors center [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 January 1980

Open seniors center On hand to sr)ip the ribbon and open the Evergreen Senior Citizens Center were (from left) Richa.d Castro president of the Evergreen Sports Association; Connie Leyda vice president Evergreen Seniors: Councilman Art Snyder: Connie lugo president, East LA Seniors: Alfred Lugo 1 president of ELAC Seniors: Helen ■.Gomes, president of Talpo Seniors ;Jj Congressman Ed Roybal; Rudolph Reyes, director: and Father Pedro 9 Villaroya CM. *

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Voucher fails Jarvis II makes ballot for June [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 January 1980

Voucher fails Jarvis II makes ballot for June By Michael Williams Capital News Service SACSSIUdKNTO (Capitol) .Two controversial initiative signature gathering drives, the Jarvis II tax reform and the voucher plan for education, have culminated recently with the Jarvis initiative qualifying for the ballot and the voucher initiative failing to qualify because not enough signatures could gathered. Howard Jarvis, who sponsored Proposition 13, has collected enough signatures from California voters to have his second tax reform measure, officially titled Taxation Initiative Constitutional Amendment, put on the ballot in the June elections. Jarvis needed at' least 553,790 valid signatures to qualify the so-called Jaws H tax cutting amendment. Secretary of State March Fong Eu reported that Jarvis’ organization submitted a total of 820,155 signatures and that her office, had judged at least 645,907 signatures as valid through random sampling procedures. CERTIFIED “With 54 of the state’s 58 ...

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Policeman rescues deaf woman [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 January 1980

Policeman rescues deaf woman An 87-year-old deaf woman was rescued Monday from her burning East LA home by a Hollenbeck police officer. The woman, Marina Harrison, was asleep in the front room of her home when the Ore broke oat. Hollenbeck police officers Jess Nunez and Danny Torres spotted the flames, and were told by a nieghbor that the woman slept in the front room of her home. The pair pried open some boards on the front window and Nunez went into the house, found the woman and tapped her on the shoulder. They were unable to leave through the front, because of flames, so Nunez carried her out the back way. He banded her through the window to Torres. Nunez, said, “When we got her tutside she started worrying about her two dogs.” Firefighters later found the dogs unharmed, hiding under a bit. The fire department said the alarm on the blaze went in at 4:15 a.m. Fire was knocked down by five companies in 22 minutes. Damage was estimated at *27,800. SCENE OF RESCUE 87-year-old Marino...

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